I’m limiting myself to one James Bond favorite. “Casino Royale” introduced us to a new 007, so it contains lots of Daniel Craig, as well as the signature gun-barrel bit, a sly hint at what’s going on with Eva Green’s character and playful animation that nods to the lethal card game at the movie’s climax — all to the tune of my controversial choice for best Bond theme, the late Chris Cornell’s ferocious “You Know My Name.”
Billie Eilish has realised she can’t control everything in her career, although she used to want to handle everything herself without anyone helping her.
Meghan Markle is working on an animated series for Netflix that will tell the stories of influential women.
Just when you think your college degree is a ticket to success, someone moves the bar.
If Clea DuVall had been able to take her cat to therapy, she may not have written “Housebroken,” a new animated series on Fox.
Lost 'Doctor Who' story 'Galaxy 4' - which starred William Hartnell as the First Doctor and was first broadcast in 1965 - is being recreated as an animation.
United States citizens over the age of 18 can choose to vote in presidential elections. This is called the popular vote. But American voters d…
After studying the 1.5-kilometer-long track of fossils, researchers concluded that a woman must have been walking fast because of the many dan…
This wildly offbeat medieval stop-animation series, though full of cute, Lego-like characters, is aimed at adults. It follows a kindhearted peasant named Patrick who dreams of being a knight. Unfortunately, the kingdom is a cesspool of depravity. Even the queen has her own sex dungeon. (June 12, Hulu).
In 2017, Matthew A. Cherry created a Kickstarter campaign in hopes of funding an animated short film about a young black father who learns how to do his daughter's hair. Cherry had been thinking about the project, dubbed "Hair Love," for several years but was inspired to make it happen after seeing a flood of Internet videos featuring black fathers gingerly tackling the unruly tresses of their daughters.
A Shanghai teen helps a lost yeti find his way back home in DreamWorks's new animation.
How do you recreate the magic of “Aladdin” without the help of a genie’s lamp? Well, getting a movie star like Will Smith on board doesn’t hurt.
From learning to do blueprint photographs to discovering stop-motion animation, youth of all ages will have opportunities to learn about art t…